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    Wall whale xl pool brush

    This was waiting on me when I got home. Will report back how it works after i use it. Right now I just have a crappy lowes brush and it takes 20 to 30 minutes or so to brush the pool good. Hopping this thing holds up to its claims. [attachment=1:1dfdbrm5]ImageUploadedByTapatalk 21369175385.691395.jpg[/attachment:1dfdbrm5][attachment=0:1dfdbrm5]ImageUploadedByTapatalk 21369175402.067319.jpg[/attachment:1dfdbrm5]
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    Re: Wall whale xl pool brush

    I have the regular Wall Whale ... that one looks hugh. They work great, can be quite a workout if you have the tail up too much.
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    Re: Wall whale xl pool brush

    Man jblizzle you ain't kidding. I was sweating so much I just jumped on in to brush the shallow end. I had it on the medium setting.

    It does the job though. I think most of my problem was my crappy pole I have. Will be upgrading that real soon. There was so much force behind the wall whale the pole extenders kept slipping.

    Also it is HUGE. I don't think it cut any time off my brushing but I know my whole pool is brushed well as before I know I missed some spots.

    Overall after the 1st use it is a well spent $25.
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    Re: Wall whale xl pool brush

    The highest setting does take a toll on the lower back, doesnt it?
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    Re: Wall whale xl pool brush

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard320
    The highest setting does take a toll on the lower back, doesnt it?
    I bet it would. Don't think my cheap pool pole could hold up to the highest setting. It took all it had not to slip on medium.
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